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Argentina: Paperwork needed
Argentina: Types of Visa
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People who do not need Visa

-Citizens of the European Union and United States of America, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru and Venezuela,where their stay does not exceed 90 days!

Additionally natives of Bolivia,Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay require a corresponding identification of national identity.

-Passengers in transit who continue their journey on a period no longer than 6 hours without leaving the port of entry.

Important: These exceptions of Visa only apply to travel and tourism business.

People who need Visa

All people who come to Argentina need a visa, except in the cases specify above.

Argentina is a bureaucratic country where the approval of applications can take long time; therefore it is advisable to start doing it some time in advance.

The documents that are often needed when applying are:

-Passport with a validity of at least 1 year after the visa is issued.

-Four standard-size passport photos.

-Certified birth certificate in an international form.

-Statement of good conduct. This will normally be a transcript of your criminal record from your national police (obviously, they will be looking for a transcript that does not contain any offences on it).

-Medical statement (this form is issued by the consulate).

-Certified declaration of not having any criminal antecedents (signed in presence of consul).

-Payment of the application fee.

Argentinean Embassy in Vienna, Austria
Goldschmiedgasse 2/1, 1010
Vienna, Austria.
Tel.: [43] (1) 533-8463, 533-8577, 533-5171
Fax: 004315338797
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